unmanned iss cargo ship destroyed during launch
\"According to preliminary information, due to the abnormal situation, the cargo ship suffered a loss of about 190 kilometers over the remote and uninhabited mountainous area (Russia\'s)
\"The Tuva area and most of the debris are burning in dense layers of the atmosphere,\" Roscosmos said in a statement . \".
NASA\'s television show shows the departure from the Kazakh Baikonur space station as planned.
However, once the launch of the third phase of the rocket begins, there will be garbled radio transmission.
Russian space agency Roscosmos said in a statement that,
The 04 spacecraft was normally launched from the Baikonur space center, and the flight lasted 382 seconds.
At this point, the telemetry data of the spacecraft stopped and the radar station could not see the spacecraft in the expected orbit, the statement said.
The blast took place at about 190 km metres high in a remote area of the Republic of Tewa where no one lives.
It added that most of the debris from the spacecraft burned in a dense atmosphere.
\"The National Council is analyzing the current unexpected situation,\" the statement concluded . \".
\"The loss of cargo ships will not affect the normal operation of the International Space Station and the lives of space station staff.
The cargo ship carried more than two cargo ships. and-a-
Provide half a ton of food and supplies to the International Space Station.
The crew of the space station have enough supplies for a few months.
At the same time, one of the two US companies, SpaceX, shipped supplies to the space station for NASA. After the launch pad accident in September 1, the company has not yet resumed its flight.
SpaceX is awaiting approval from the Federal Aviation Administration, which oversees commercial space transportation in the United States, flying with ten satellites owned by Iridium Star Communications as early as December 16
Space Exploration Technology aims for NASA\'s next cargo flight in January.
Orbit ATK and the Japanese space agency also ship supplies to the space station. The space station costs $100 billion and is about 418 kilometers from Earth.
A Japanese cargo ship is scheduled to launch on December 9.